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Budget might eventually set off biggest Cabinet overhaul in years

In the days after the budget, expect ministers to make much of the programs they have preserved whenever they are on the hot seat for those that they cut.

Photograph by Jake Wright, The Hill Times
Walk this way: Transport Minister Denis Lebel, Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq, Fisheries Minister Keith Ashfield and Environmental Minister Peter Kent, pictured at Rideau Hall. Chantal Hébert says senior government insiders say that ministerial careers could be made or broken over the marketing of the 2012 budget. The suggestion is that the Prime Minister’s Office is approaching the exercise with zero tolerance for ministers messing up the government’s message.

 

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Budget might eventually set off biggest Cabinet overhaul in years

In the days after the budget, expect ministers to make much of the programs they have preserved whenever they are on the hot seat for those that they cut.

Photograph by Jake Wright, The Hill Times
Walk this way: Transport Minister Denis Lebel, Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq, Fisheries Minister Keith Ashfield and Environmental Minister Peter Kent, pictured at Rideau Hall. Chantal Hébert says senior government insiders say that ministerial careers could be made or broken over the marketing of the 2012 budget. The suggestion is that the Prime Minister’s Office is approaching the exercise with zero tolerance for ministers messing up the government’s message.

 

  

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Famous 5 Ottawa recognizes Wynne as a nation builder May 1, 2015

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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne arriving at the NAC on Thursday, April 30, 2015. She was being recognized as a nation builder by Famous 5 Ottawa.

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Premier Wynne making a grand entrance to a standing ovation of Hill women on Thursday, April 30.

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Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson going in for a handshake with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.

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Famous 5 Ottawa's founding chair Isabel Metcalfe and Malini Giridhar, vice-president of gas supply and business development at Enbridge. Ms Wynne joins a growing list of women who have been recognized for their leadership and courage in advancing equality.

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Maclean's journalists Paul Wells and Michael Petrou.

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